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use "pundit" in a sentence

punditry Houghton is now in demand as a pundit on the game, working for outlets such as RTÉ in Ireland, talkSPORT and Sky Sports and Sportsxchange in the UK.

white is not the only rugby pundit who believes that size matters in modern rugby.

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At upper corners are covered staircases, communicating with these entrances, the tops of which formerly joined the sunk galleries, and were often occupied by rows of ladies, more adventurous or less punctual than the rest.

It is taken for granted that you will always be punctual and prepared and conduct yourself maturely and thoughtfully in rehearsal and performance.

He was methodical, punctual, secretive, and guarded, having no true friends, just associates and acquaintances.

He demanded punctual attendance.

At the end of the year, certificates are given to the punctual and progressive students.

And for the next thirty-three years, most of the children in Sherman went to and from school in a punctual, orderly and, by all accounts, adventurous fashion.

In 2006, the airline was recognized by FlightOnTime.info as the most punctual scheduled airline between London and Tokyo for the last four consecutive years, based on official British statistics.

Shinkansen trains are known to be very punctual.

These are, respectively, punctual, serial, or perfective, and past, future, or indefinite.

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